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Looking for Charities that Help Children? Voluntary Work for Charity Abroad may be for you!

PR-Inside.com: 2017-05-15 18:12:29
Over the past few years we’ve had some shocking images that remind us how war and political circumstances affect children. From the picture of the child refugee washed up on the beach, to the photograph of a Syrian boy pulled from the rubble in Aleppo, it’s a sombre reminder of how children are the most innocent victims of war.

Bloodied and covered in dust, the picture of Omran is extra striking because his brother actually died in the conflict, and the picture has now become one of the most shocking from the war in the middle east.

If you want to volunteer abroad for a children’s charity, Childreach International are always looking for your help.

At Childreach International, you can help raise money for some of the most vulnerable children in the world, including those in Brazil, Bangladesh, Nepal, Tanzania and India.

With Childreach International, you can raise money in lots of different ways, from volunteering abroad or in the UK. You can also donate on our website, or raise money at your office anywhere you like.

Your money will help with everything from the safe delivery of a baby, to providing new mothers with healthcare and developing new IT skills for children. No matter how much money your raise, it’s guaranteed to go to a good cause.

Find out more about our children’s charity.


Have you been moved to find charities that help children? Do you want to join the fight for children’s rights?

Where you’re born is merely a matter of luck, but it can have a huge effect on the course of your life. With images of the gas attacks in recent months, we’ve had more sombre reminders of the effect war has on children.

Unfortunately, children in many third world countries are often the most vulnerable victims of any conflict or natural disaster. They can not only lose their families and go without an education, but be left to the mercy of traffickers.

Help children escape the growing epidemic of trafficking.

Sadly, human trafficking is a growing epidemic with an estimated 45.8 million people currently being trafficked or enslaved. Refugees are one of the main targets of traffickers, especially children.

If you’re looking for charities that help children fight against trafficking, Childreach International are proud to run a campaign called ‘Taught not Trafficked’. We believe every child has a right to play, live learn and be happy. Our team are committed to shining a light on how trafficking is impacting children’s lives all over the world, and advocate for children’s rights, both nationally and internationally.

Discover more about our children’s charity today.


www.childreach.org.uk/get-involved

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